There are a few different Disk Error error codes that can pop up on a computer. The most common ones are 0x80070017, 0x80070070, and 0x8007001F. These error codes typically happen when there is a problem with the hard drive, either with the physical drive itself or with the logical structure of the drive. Sometimes, these error codes can also pop up if there is a problem with the way that the computer is communicating with the hard drive.
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1. Run a disk check
- Open the Settings app on your device
- Under System, tap on Storage
- Under Storage, tap on your device's name
- Tap on Disk Check
- On the Disk Check screen, tap on Start
- On the Disk Check screen, tap on OK
- On the Disk Check screen, tap on the summary tab
- On the Summary tab, tap on the error code that you are trying to fix
- On the Error code screen, tap on the Fix button
- On the Fix screen, tap on the Fix Details screen
- On the Fix Details screen, tap on the Options tab
- On the Options tab, tap on the Scan button
- On the Scan screen, tap on the type of disk that you are trying to fix
- On the Type of disk screen, tap on the type of disk that you are trying to fix
- On the Type of disk screen, tap on the OK button
- On the Summary tab, tap on the OK button
2. Run a disk cleanup
To run a disk cleanup in order to fix common Disk Error error codes:
- Open the Windows command prompt.
- Type "cmd" and hit enter.
- Type "cleanmgr" and hit enter.
- Type "scanhealth" and hit enter.
- Type "fixboot" and hit enter.
3. Defragment your hard drive
- Open the Windows Disk Defragmenter by clicking on the Start button, typing “disk defragmenter” and clicking on the “Disk Defragmenter” result.
- On the Disk Defragmenter main window, click on the “Start” button and select the “Defragment Now” option.
- On the “Defragment Now” window, select the “Online” mode and click on the “Defragment” button.
- The Disk Defragmenter will start to defragment the hard drive. During the defragmentation process, the Disk Error error codes will be fixed.
- When the defragmentation process is finished, click on the “Finish” button.
If the answers above didn't work then you should also try:
- Check for errors in the Windows Event Viewer
- Check for bad sectors on your hard drive
- Update your drivers
- Scan for viruses and malware
- Check your BIOS settings
- Reset your PC